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JAMMU & KASHMIR: Doda busted a terror hideout, recovered huge amounts of arms

Army jawans and police forces have busted terror hideouts in Jammu and Kashmir's Radha-Doda area. In addition, heavy weapons have been recovered. On Monday, the Rashtriya Rifles and the Jammu and Kashmir Police raided the forests of the Mohanabadi. In this search operation, huge ammunition and ammunition were recovered. In the raid of security forces, 11 AK-47 rifles, four wireless sets, 518 AK-47 bullet, five SLR magazines, one UBGL barrel, one Chinese pistol and indigenous cloth were recovered.

On the other hand, an Indian soldier was killed on Monday in a firing by Pakistan on the Line of Control (LoC) in Rajouri district. According to defense sources, Pakistani troops targeted Indian defense and civil facilities with small arms and mortars in Sunderbani area of ​​Rajouri. A soldier was injured in this.

A defense source told the news agency IANS, "The soldier was taken to the hospital, where he died." Lt Col Devendra Anand, spokesman of the Ministry of Defense, said that earlier Pakistan Army violated the ceasefire in the Sunderbani region early Monday, after which Indian troops responded well.

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